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wanted: wanted! salvia apiana- white smuding sage

Posted by flo9 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 15, 14 at 1:38

Hey

I am in need of some Salvia Apiana....white smudging sage seeds.. kind used for such like Native American Indian ceremonials etc.

I can exchange... ( most are brand new seeds..some from purchasing last year and kept in fridge sealed in ziplocks and covered)

Gourd - Large bottle -non GMO

Sunflower / Mammoth - Organic
Sunflower / Evening mix - non gmo

Eggplant / Early long purple - Organic

Sweet pepper / Cali wonder - Organic
Sweet pepper / Carnival hybrid mix -non gmo

Summer squash / sumter- Organic
" " / sure thing hybrid - non gmo
" " pic n pic hybrid (yellow) non gmo
" " golden zucchini non gmo
" " 49er hybrid (yellow) non gmo
" " Dark green zucchini - Organic

Long Island brussel sprouts. ( not sure if organic or non gmo)

Popcorn...
Dakota black popcorn - Heirloom
Strawberry popcorn - Heirloom

Tomatoes... Sweetie - Organic
Roma- Organic
***** these last 3 are from last year 2013*******
Snow White cherry tomato- Heirloom
Black Pineapple - Heirloom
And it's either White tomesol or peach tomato - Heirloom

EDIT... I forgot to add these and they are brand new... just bought them and all flowers have germinated.

Spearmint - non gmo
Parsley - Organic

Flowers...
Chrysanthemum- Robinson Red - non gmo
California Poppy- Twister mix - non gmo
Gaillardia- non gmo

This post was edited by flo9 on Sat, Mar 15, 14 at 1:46


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